Imogen Rose-Smith • November 30, 2016
The California pension plan comes under pressure to drop its discount rate, but beneficiaries and their representatives are pushing back.
Frances Denmark • November 23, 2016
RESA, a new bipartisan bill, could boost retirement security for million of small business workers in the U.S.
Imogen Rose-Smith • November 22, 2016
The troubled plan for police and firefighters faces an imminent funding crisis as the city scrambles to plug the hole.
Imogen Rose-Smith • November 18, 2016
Newly elected State Treasurer Dale Folwell ran on a promise of lowering manager fees at the sole fiduciary state retirement plan.
Frances Denmark • November 17, 2016
Director Thomas Reeder plans to shrink the federal pension insurer’s $79 billion deficit. Will he succeed with the GOP running Washington?
Ashby Monk • November 11, 2016
Welcome to the weekend, my friends. I think we all deserve a nice break, don't we. Here's some of the top stories from the past few weeks for your reading enjoyment.
Frances Denmark • November 11, 2016
A hard-won federal rule designed to protect retirement plan investors from high-commission sales may not survive a Trump presidency.
Frances Denmark • November 05, 2016
Indexing pioneer John Bogle joined a panel of governance experts this week calling for solutions to what they call a broken system.
Craig Mellow • November 03, 2016
Brexit and the rise of Trump may threaten the flow of goods and people, but investment capital is moving across markets faster than ever.
Leanna Orr • November 03, 2016
The FBI director’s letter to Congress echoes his time at Bridgewater, insiders say, and the principles Ray Dalio preaches.
Bailey McCann • October 31, 2016
As mergers sweep the U.S. health care industry, retirement sponsors grappling with integration are looking to the corporate world for a way forward.
Frances Denmark • October 31, 2016
The study, which reviews the state of retirement security in 27 countries, finds the U.S. and others fall short in providing for retirees.
Frances Denmark • October 27, 2016
The co-founder of independent advisory firm Hanson McClain thinks retirees should receive career counseling as they join a new gig economy.
Leanna Orr • October 27, 2016
Asked for tips on building a defined contribution portfolio, four investment chiefs recommend saving big and going the target date route.
Amanda Cantrell • October 26, 2016
The pension announced it will yank nearly $600 million from seven firms as part of a broader move to go back to basics.
Anne Szustek • October 12, 2016
The new CEO of outsourced CIO Hirtle Callaghan says her industry must focus on meeting client needs rather than churning out products.
Frances Denmark • October 11, 2016
Major pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and endowments reported lackluster one-year performance as of June 30.
Frances Denmark • October 10, 2016
Danish pension fund PKA announces its latest ESG commitment in a United Nations–inspired Sustainable Development Goals fund.
Andrew Barber • October 07, 2016
Pound sterling experiences flash crash; Merrill moves to retirement fees; Schwab joins ETF cost-cutting; protectionism hot topic at IMF.
Julie Segal • October 05, 2016
The bank’s fake-accounts scandal highlights the complicated relationships between bank-owned asset managers and their parents.
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